YOUR MANIFEST PROSPERITY MESSAGE:
07. I am worthy and deserving of success and prosperity
A lot of people have trouble manifesting success because deep down they don’t feel they are worthy of it. This can stem from something that we heard or experienced as children. Something a parent said to you just once could have stayed with you ever since and be limiting you on a subconscious level. If we heard that we aren’t smart enough or good enough, we may grow up believing we aren’t worthy of success. If we believe we must go to some elite college but we never went to college, we may form that belief. Maybe we grew up poor and learned to believe that poor people don’t become wealthy. Or maybe we struggled in school or had poor grades and someone told us that only smart people can be wealthy and successful. We may feel we aren’t smart enough, cool enough or pretty enough to be successful or wealthy. Maybe you see so much poverty in the world, that you feel they are more worthy than you of any wealth and having money makes you feel greedy when others have so little. The truth is we are all worthy of it. We all deserve success, no exceptions. You deserve it. All of it. But it starts with you believing it. Every person can be wealthy and successful no matter of their background, upbringing, or education. We all have something special and unique about us that is capable of achieving that. It is also important to notice if you are attaching your ability to succeed to your self-worth. Your worth and value is in who you are not what you have. Don’t ever forget that.
You cannot pour from an empty cup. If you want to help those in need, you can do that by becoming wealthy and successful. Rather than feeling guilty, you can do so much good. Don’t you rather be the one to become wealthy and not someone who not as kind and compassionate as you? There are people who have money and don’t help others. And if you have the belief that others deserve money more than you, then that fully qualifies you of being worthy of being wealthy, because greedy unworthy people don’t feel bad about having money. The more you earn, the more you can help and make an impact in the world.
If you struggle with asking for money or help, you may feel unworthy at the core. If you have fear asking for a raise, or standing up for yourself, you may in some way feel unworthy of that money or putting yourself first. I had no idea that this was a huge struggle for me for many years. Once I realized this, I began to practice asking for the things I knew I deserved.
This showed up in several areas of my life. For a long time, I didn’t see myself as successful, because I was fixated on how much money I had to make in order to feel worthy and successful. My self-worth relied on being successful and proving to my family that I could achieve success after choosing to quit my full-time job, racking up tons of debt and starting my own business. I received lots of pressure to get a job and no one had any real interest in what I was doing, creating and how hard I was trying. It took me years to realize that my worth did not rely on my success and I didn’t need their validation. I was already a worthy person, artist, mom, friend, and so on. I was already successful.
When I really began to evaluate myself, I realized I beat myself up too much and had been pushing myself in order to receive some validation from others. Did that mean that I was not a good or worthy person without a successful business? No, of course not. I finally saw myself in a new light. I gave myself more credit and appreciated myself for all the things I have created. I pride myself for often choosing to make others happy before myself, that I am reliable and dependable. The list goes on and on. I want you to do the same. I want you to know that you are worthy of success but your self-worth is not dependent on it! You are an amazing human who wants to do good things and that is enough. You do not need to accomplish anything to prove that you are worthy of success. You are already successful in your own way whether you have $1 or $10 Million. It’s your ability to love and care for others and the desire to do good in the world that matters.
Do you feel you are worthy of being successful?
Do you feel you are worthy of being wealthy?
What must you let go of in order to believe it?
Who or what made you believe that you are not worthy?
Do you believe you deserve success? If not, why not?
Do you know others who don't deserve success and have it?
Do you feel they are more or less deserving and why?
Do you allow money to determine your worth? How or why?